PSEB class 12 Mehak Jamaal from Ludhiana topped the state in humanities with 96.89%
Ludhiana girl students gave a power-packed performance in their class 12 Punjab School Education Board examinations,the results of which were declared on Saturday.
As per the results declared by PSEB,13 girls (positions shared) from the district got their name scripted in the list of top ten.
The maximum positions were bagged by students of BCM Senior Secondary School,Jamalpur,where seven students were in the list of top 10 in Punjab.
While the overall pass percentage of students in Punjab was 78.97 per cent,it was 87 per cent girls who passed exams in the state,as compared to 72.2 per cent boys.
From Ludhiana,Mehak Jamaal,topped the state with 96.89 per cent in humanities and she was followed by Charanpreet Kaur and Jyoti Bansal from Jagraon,who stood second and third with 96.44 per cent and 96.22 percent in humanities,respectively.
While Jamaal is from BCM Senior Secondary School,Kaur and Bansal are from Sanmati Vimal Jain Senior Secondary School,Jagraon.
Renu Sharma,a humanities student from BCM,Jamalpur,stood fourth in Punjab with 96 per cent,and she owed her success to her parents and teachers.
Sonu from the same school stood seventh in the state with 95.33 per cent in humanities,her classmates Savita and Rihana shared the eighth rank with 95.11 per cent.
The ninth rank was shared by Saloni,Muskan Gupta and Rajinder Kaur with 94.89 per cent.
While Saloni is a non-medical student of R S Model Senior Secondary School,Shastri Nagar,Gupta and Kaur are humanities students from BCM,Jamalpur.
While talking to Ludhiana Newsline,Saloni,who also topped the district in science stream,expressed her desire to become an IAS officer.
Sarita Khurana,a medical student from R S Model,Shastri Nagar,along with Tammana Sharma and Rajwinder Kaur stood 10th in Punjab by scoring 94.6 per cent.
Tamanna from Dashmesh Senior Secondary School and Rajwinder from Teja Singh Swatantra Memorial Senior Secondary School,Shimplauri,topped Punjab in commerce stream. Both of them said that they wanted to become chartered accountants.
Science toppers without coaching dream big
Ludhiana: The class 12 results declared by the Punjab School Education Board on Saturday brought smiles and relief to two girls,who were in the states top 10 list,and they achieved this without any coaching. These days,students think that tuitions are vital to score well,but my familys financial position did not allow me to take external coaching. However,I was determined to do well, said Saloni,who topped the district in the non-medical stream with 94.89 per cent. She stood ninth in Punjab. A student of R S Model Senior Secondary School,Shastri Nagar,Saloni wants to pursue aeronautical engineering,but feels that her aim is too expensive for her family to afford. My father is a salesman and mother a homemaker. I have decided to graduate in science from Government College for Girls,Ludhiana,and then prepare for the civil services examination, Saloni added. Her classmate Sarita Khurana,who stood second in the district and 10th in Punjab in medical stream,too never took any tuitions. Her father runs a grocery shop and mother is a homemaker. I want to pursue MBBS from AIIMS,but due to financial constraints I will try to get in Rajendra Medical College,Patiala. I never preferred tuitions,as I feel self-study is most satisfying.